“British Black and Asian Literature will define the future”: Deirdre Osborne on the importance of the new Cambridge Companion

 Dr. Deirdre Osborne, co-founder of the MA in Black British Writing, and editor of the new Cambridge Companion to British Black and Asian Literature (1945-2010), talks in this video interview with Cambridge University Press about the importance of the new Companion, its relevance for decolonizing the curriculum, and how the inheritances of Black British writing … Continue reading “British Black and Asian Literature will define the future”: Deirdre Osborne on the importance of the new Cambridge Companion

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In conversation with SuAndi: The Story of M

By Heather Marks SuAndi began her professional writing life in 1985 as a staff member at Culturewood, working alongside Lemn Sissay. At the same time SuAndi joined Manchester's first Black women's poetry collective, Blackscribe. Since then, SuAndi has made invaluable contributions to the artistic presence of Black Britain. Her written work ranges from plays to poetry … Continue reading In conversation with SuAndi: The Story of M